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Who is your favorite author? My favorite would be Gordon Korman, I started reading his books back in the 6th grade and his books were some of the earliest books that I liked and I still love many of them. He's also the reason that I got interested in writing as well.


Who is your favorite author and why?
Who is your favorite author? My favorite would be Gordon Korman, I started reading his books back in the 6th grade and his books were some of the earliest books that I liked and I still love many of them. He's also the reason that I got interested in writing as well.


Who is your favorite author and why?
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By far, Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie. Yep, the full name of Agatha Christie, creator of mainly Hercule Poirot.

The first time I made contact with her novels was in school, when I was barely 12 (don't know what grade that is, we use a different system here). I clearly remember it because it's the only decent book I ever read while in school. Also, it was a pocket edition containing two novels, and while we were only scheduled to read the first, 
Lord Edgware Dies, I went on and read the second one as well, Murder on the Orient Express.

Since then, I fell in love with her novels, and have obtained several of them, though I'm not fond of books anymore since I leaned more towards manga and comics. Still, a book from her it's always welcome, and even better if it has Hercule Poirot as protagonist, I really love that character and his personality.
By far, Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie. Yep, the full name of Agatha Christie, creator of mainly Hercule Poirot.

The first time I made contact with her novels was in school, when I was barely 12 (don't know what grade that is, we use a different system here). I clearly remember it because it's the only decent book I ever read while in school. Also, it was a pocket edition containing two novels, and while we were only scheduled to read the first, 
Lord Edgware Dies, I went on and read the second one as well, Murder on the Orient Express.

Since then, I fell in love with her novels, and have obtained several of them, though I'm not fond of books anymore since I leaned more towards manga and comics. Still, a book from her it's always welcome, and even better if it has Hercule Poirot as protagonist, I really love that character and his personality.
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EX Palen : Have you ever read "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd"?  I was amazed by the twists of the story.  It was fascinating, and I've never seen anything like it.
EX Palen : Have you ever read "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd"?  I was amazed by the twists of the story.  It was fascinating, and I've never seen anything like it.
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zanderlex :    My favourite was Katherine Alice Applegate. She wrote Animorphs. I started reading that for entertainment when I was in sixth grade even though it was well below my actual reading level.

She's good. She tends to write more significantly sized chapters than say, Robert Lawrence Stine. That guy will do anything for a cheap cliff hanger, including chapters that run two half-pages, if that. Annoying. Glad I found something better to read for recreation.

After finishing Animorphs and various Animorphs spin-off books of hers, I discovered another series, Everworld in the eighth grade. Also written by Katherine Alice Applegate. Very good series. Had a bit of a shorter run but I think that may have made it better than Animorphs.

Late in the Animorphs chronology, it seemed the author was running out of story concepts and some of the stories didn't flow the same so it was a great idea to write an end game plot to the series. Each Animorphs and Everworld book was narrated by a different character in her stories.

The commitment to a different narrator for every book in a recurring cycle may have interfered with the author's thought process as far as Animorphs was concerned. Perhaps she wanted to tell specific stories from the perspective of certain characters and she had to fill in the gaps in the narration cycle with stories of no consequence so as not to interrupt and muddle her larger story arc.

I hated the TV adaption of Animorphs when it aired. Young people too old to be in high school but in high school anyway, one team member almost succeeded in morphing someone's wristwatch onto his wrist(wristwatches have nothing to do with DNA and that doesn't make sense) and to my biggest annoyance, absolutely none of the battle action described in the thrilling chapters of the books. I think I'll morph this big, scary animal and just chase the bad guys away. No fighting to speak of. In the books, the Animorphs leader would command, "Battle morphs!" They'd all become their favourite ferocious or powerful animal that they preferred to fight as. Bear, wolf, tiger, gorilla. Giving such a command would not make sense in the TV program because while these twenty-somethings are acting as though they are guerrilla commandos in a secret war, the televised Animorphs were pretty much pacifists with all bark and no bite.

The youth television channels that allowed simulated violence in shows like Dragon Balls, Inuyasha, Sailor Moon, Monster Rancher, Yu-Gi-Oh, Digimon and Pokémon as well as freak-show horror in "Are You Afraid Of The Dark?" and gross-out muck-fests like "Uh-Oh", were a bit shy about accepting simulated live action violence. Also, the Animorphs show was given no budget to make the action look good. If it had been worked on better, it could have gained the same screen following as the Harry Potter films. It's that kind of fantasy tale. Nothing about the Animorphs action should have been a small scale television program.

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zanderlex :    My favourite was Katherine Alice Applegate. She wrote Animorphs. I started reading that for entertainment when I was in sixth grade even though it was well below my actual reading level.

She's good. She tends to write more significantly sized chapters than say, Robert Lawrence Stine. That guy will do anything for a cheap cliff hanger, including chapters that run two half-pages, if that. Annoying. Glad I found something better to read for recreation.

After finishing Animorphs and various Animorphs spin-off books of hers, I discovered another series, Everworld in the eighth grade. Also written by Katherine Alice Applegate. Very good series. Had a bit of a shorter run but I think that may have made it better than Animorphs.

Late in the Animorphs chronology, it seemed the author was running out of story concepts and some of the stories didn't flow the same so it was a great idea to write an end game plot to the series. Each Animorphs and Everworld book was narrated by a different character in her stories.

The commitment to a different narrator for every book in a recurring cycle may have interfered with the author's thought process as far as Animorphs was concerned. Perhaps she wanted to tell specific stories from the perspective of certain characters and she had to fill in the gaps in the narration cycle with stories of no consequence so as not to interrupt and muddle her larger story arc.

I hated the TV adaption of Animorphs when it aired. Young people too old to be in high school but in high school anyway, one team member almost succeeded in morphing someone's wristwatch onto his wrist(wristwatches have nothing to do with DNA and that doesn't make sense) and to my biggest annoyance, absolutely none of the battle action described in the thrilling chapters of the books. I think I'll morph this big, scary animal and just chase the bad guys away. No fighting to speak of. In the books, the Animorphs leader would command, "Battle morphs!" They'd all become their favourite ferocious or powerful animal that they preferred to fight as. Bear, wolf, tiger, gorilla. Giving such a command would not make sense in the TV program because while these twenty-somethings are acting as though they are guerrilla commandos in a secret war, the televised Animorphs were pretty much pacifists with all bark and no bite.

The youth television channels that allowed simulated violence in shows like Dragon Balls, Inuyasha, Sailor Moon, Monster Rancher, Yu-Gi-Oh, Digimon and Pokémon as well as freak-show horror in "Are You Afraid Of The Dark?" and gross-out muck-fests like "Uh-Oh", were a bit shy about accepting simulated live action violence. Also, the Animorphs show was given no budget to make the action look good. If it had been worked on better, it could have gained the same screen following as the Harry Potter films. It's that kind of fantasy tale. Nothing about the Animorphs action should have been a small scale television program.

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My favorite author is Erin Hunter, because she wrote my favorite book series known as Warrior's. I've also read most her other ones like Seekers, but I like her mostly for making Warrior's.
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supernerd117 : The name sounds familiar, even though it's not the actual name for me

But trust me, there are better books than that one, even within Agatha Christie's novels. I've read like a dozen of her novels, only one of them not starring Poirot if my memory serves me well, and all of them are so thrilling and fascinating to me that I can barely discern between them years after reading them.

I definitely need to get back to reading books, this new forum is awakening good old memories within my mind.
supernerd117 : The name sounds familiar, even though it's not the actual name for me

But trust me, there are better books than that one, even within Agatha Christie's novels. I've read like a dozen of her novels, only one of them not starring Poirot if my memory serves me well, and all of them are so thrilling and fascinating to me that I can barely discern between them years after reading them.

I definitely need to get back to reading books, this new forum is awakening good old memories within my mind.
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J.K. Rowling. Easily. The first book I ever read by myself was actually Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. I'm a huge Harry Potter fan, and would absolutely love to meet Mrs. Rowling. My favorite book of all time is actually by her, it's Goblet of Fire.
J.K. Rowling. Easily. The first book I ever read by myself was actually Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. I'm a huge Harry Potter fan, and would absolutely love to meet Mrs. Rowling. My favorite book of all time is actually by her, it's Goblet of Fire.
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I don't read many books, but I can say that my favorite author would have to be James Patterson. I mainly like the Maximum Ride series, but he's wrote a lot of other great books as well.
I don't read many books, but I can say that my favorite author would have to be James Patterson. I mainly like the Maximum Ride series, but he's wrote a lot of other great books as well.
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Currently either H.P Lovecraft or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Probably conan doyle since Lovecraft gets a bit wordy and I can't really read that stuff on no sleep... which I'm usually on no sleep.

Personally I just like conan doyle because I really like the sherlock holmes ones. Too easy to relate to his sociopathic ways

And Lovecraft because yeah stuff
Currently either H.P Lovecraft or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Probably conan doyle since Lovecraft gets a bit wordy and I can't really read that stuff on no sleep... which I'm usually on no sleep.

Personally I just like conan doyle because I really like the sherlock holmes ones. Too easy to relate to his sociopathic ways

And Lovecraft because yeah stuff
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yoshirulez! : Oddie introduced me to Lovecraft but I never had a chance to actually check out any of the books, but I definitely agree on Doyle and Holmes, not only are some of the stories great, but it introduced some of the greatest villains in fictional history.
yoshirulez! : Oddie introduced me to Lovecraft but I never had a chance to actually check out any of the books, but I definitely agree on Doyle and Holmes, not only are some of the stories great, but it introduced some of the greatest villains in fictional history.
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gamerforlifeforever2 : James Patterson is my favorite author as well! The only series of his I've read are the Middle School series and I Funny series but I'm hoping to eventually read more of them. His books are always a very interesting read and they make me laugh.
gamerforlifeforever2 : James Patterson is my favorite author as well! The only series of his I've read are the Middle School series and I Funny series but I'm hoping to eventually read more of them. His books are always a very interesting read and they make me laugh.
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My favorite author is James Patterson.

He wrote my favorite book series, Maximum Ride, so he is pretty much automatically my favorite author.

I also enjoy many of his other works such as Daniel X and witch and Wizard.
My favorite author is James Patterson.

He wrote my favorite book series, Maximum Ride, so he is pretty much automatically my favorite author.

I also enjoy many of his other works such as Daniel X and witch and Wizard.
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I always wanted to read Maximum Ride, as well as a ton of other James Patterson books, but I never got a chance to read any of them. Srsly though, Patterson writes waay to many books.
I always wanted to read Maximum Ride, as well as a ton of other James Patterson books, but I never got a chance to read any of them. Srsly though, Patterson writes waay to many books.
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My favorite author is Margaret Peterson Haddix. Her Found series is very entertaining for me. For those that are interested, the series has to do with time traveling and all that. 
My favorite author is Margaret Peterson Haddix. Her Found series is very entertaining for me. For those that are interested, the series has to do with time traveling and all that. 
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I don't read books that much, but i think the best author for me is Rick Riordan. I read the first two books of the Percy Jackson series, and I heard the Heroes of Olympus series is good, although I've never read it before
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Mine favorite author is definitely J.R.R. Tolkein, the author of the Lord of the Rings series. It's an incredible saga, especially with the Silmarillion being thrown in there to give us some more of the back story that the entire story line revolves around. The entire plot, of course, is incredibly good, with multiple conflicts going on, each mostly revolving around a single group of characters, but also affecting the others in one way or another. While I watched the movies first, due to not knowing about the books, I certainly would take the books any day. Tolkein's masterful narrative beautifully captures a fantasy world beyond anyone's wildest dreams, with numerous factions and grand locations within it.

This, coupled with the release of  The Hobbit and The Silmarillion, created an incredible series that people all around the world have read, and, despite how old the series is, are still widely renowned as some of the greatest pieces of literature of all time, and still very popular. 

Not only that, but Tolkein wrote many other novels, which I haven't read, but plan to, all being very widely acclaimed. He was also the good friend of another one of my favorite authors, C.S. Lewis, who joined the Church of England as opposed to the Roman Catholic Church, of which J.R.R. Tolkein belonged too and held a steadfast loyalty towards.

As a matter of fact, he's such a cool, and very brave, dude, that he openly denounced Josef Stalin, of whom was probably the most feared man in the world at the time, saying that he was nothing more than a "bloodthirsty old murderer." He did the same of Adolf Hitler before World War Two, especially despising his anti-Semitic policies. He did so again when he tried to publish The Hobbit in Germany, and was asked whether or not he was of Aryan descent. Not being Hitler's version of "Aryan," he was outraged and, in response, tried to expose Hitler's ideology for what it was. Ignorance.

Unfortunately, Hitler censored a good deal of this in Germany, so it never really spread.

But yeah, J.R.R. Tolkein was awesome. He stood up to some of the most feared men on earth, granted from England, but hey, during World War Two, Britain very well could have fallen to the might of Nazi Germany, and once the Cold War began, The United Kingdom would have been on the front lines of the battle front. So I'd say he was a fairly courageous man, and deserves such praise as a result.
Mine favorite author is definitely J.R.R. Tolkein, the author of the Lord of the Rings series. It's an incredible saga, especially with the Silmarillion being thrown in there to give us some more of the back story that the entire story line revolves around. The entire plot, of course, is incredibly good, with multiple conflicts going on, each mostly revolving around a single group of characters, but also affecting the others in one way or another. While I watched the movies first, due to not knowing about the books, I certainly would take the books any day. Tolkein's masterful narrative beautifully captures a fantasy world beyond anyone's wildest dreams, with numerous factions and grand locations within it.

This, coupled with the release of  The Hobbit and The Silmarillion, created an incredible series that people all around the world have read, and, despite how old the series is, are still widely renowned as some of the greatest pieces of literature of all time, and still very popular. 

Not only that, but Tolkein wrote many other novels, which I haven't read, but plan to, all being very widely acclaimed. He was also the good friend of another one of my favorite authors, C.S. Lewis, who joined the Church of England as opposed to the Roman Catholic Church, of which J.R.R. Tolkein belonged too and held a steadfast loyalty towards.

As a matter of fact, he's such a cool, and very brave, dude, that he openly denounced Josef Stalin, of whom was probably the most feared man in the world at the time, saying that he was nothing more than a "bloodthirsty old murderer." He did the same of Adolf Hitler before World War Two, especially despising his anti-Semitic policies. He did so again when he tried to publish The Hobbit in Germany, and was asked whether or not he was of Aryan descent. Not being Hitler's version of "Aryan," he was outraged and, in response, tried to expose Hitler's ideology for what it was. Ignorance.

Unfortunately, Hitler censored a good deal of this in Germany, so it never really spread.

But yeah, J.R.R. Tolkein was awesome. He stood up to some of the most feared men on earth, granted from England, but hey, during World War Two, Britain very well could have fallen to the might of Nazi Germany, and once the Cold War began, The United Kingdom would have been on the front lines of the battle front. So I'd say he was a fairly courageous man, and deserves such praise as a result.
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Right now my favorite is RL Stine. The Goosebumps books are easy and quick AR points usually 3 per book. I like the Lord of the Rings movies and games but have not read the books yet.
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I really enjoy the books by John Niven. He's a great storyteller and he also knows his dark humor. Sadly I haven't read all of his books, yet, but my favorites include The Second Coming and The Amateurs.
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Back when I read Star Wars I liked Kevin J Anderson. His books showed the true power of the Force and how size TRULY matters not.

Otherwise, even though he only wrote one book, Alex Epstein is a truly inspiring figure. His book, the Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, is well-documented and adds to up Ayn Rand's work to defend the only system that has bettered humans: free-market capitalism.
Back when I read Star Wars I liked Kevin J Anderson. His books showed the true power of the Force and how size TRULY matters not.

Otherwise, even though he only wrote one book, Alex Epstein is a truly inspiring figure. His book, the Moral Case for Fossil Fuels, is well-documented and adds to up Ayn Rand's work to defend the only system that has bettered humans: free-market capitalism.
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